Reviews For An Unseeing Eye
Reviewer: Britt15
Date: 01/15/11 5:04
Chapter: An Unseeing Eye

Where is the Wolfstar list!?

Reviewer: hermioneg415190
Date: 11/23/07 21:29
Chapter: An Unseeing Eye


Author's Response: Thanks!

Reviewer: Hermione Clone
Date: 09/03/07 17:02
Chapter: An Unseeing Eye

Great story! I think this is the fourth or fifth Remus/Sirius I've read of yours, and I love them all. Everyone had been different, but real. Keep it up!

Author's Response: I'm glad you're enjoying the ones you've read and I hope that you read the rest. Thanks so much for reading!

Reviewer: hermy_loves_ron
Date: 02/12/07 14:36
Chapter: An Unseeing Eye

It's so good, as usual. I really don't know how you find so many different situations to put Remus and Sirius in and make them each so fresh and completely new. I really liked the line about the relationship being really reflects on the akwardness of a new relationship (sorry if that sounded a little redundant!). I was going to ask you about the list, but now I see you answered that in another review. I need to see that...I'm registered, but not sorted yet!
Anyway, great one-shot.

Author's Response: Weeeeeell, the Madam Puddifoot's forum no longer actually exists on the new forums, so I'm not quite sure where else you can find that list. Glad you enjoyed, though! Thanks for reading!

Reviewer: Lurid
Date: 11/14/06 16:49
Chapter: An Unseeing Eye

Slian! So, I got around to finally reviewing, didnít I? And, more surprising still, it was one of your Wolfstar ones! Go me! Okay, but seriously? The first thing that gets me in the point of view, and the tense. I love it. Itís different, but by adding the dialogue from the start youíve made it comfortable.

ďHe canít get Remus out of his mind, doesnít want to.Ē I love this line. Because itís so true! I think youíve reflected upon the puppy love well enough, here. I like the simplicity, and yet itís so complicated because he canít get him out of his head.

ďSirius moves away a bit. ďWhatís wrong?Ē he asks, the relationship new enough to cause him doubt.Ē I think I like this line. A lot. Because, no matter what type of relationship thereís always that nervousness, and the doubt of the others personís feelings. I like this line, I think because it signals the early stages of the Wolfstar shipping, and itís nice seeing people unsure and awkward, sometimes.

ďHeís a half-blood with a Muggle father;Ē About this fact Ė Whether or not Remus knows is isnít really the question. Iím sure he could have found it out somehow. I just donít think that Snape would appreciate people knowing heís a half-blood Ė heís like Voldemort, remember? Pure and proud of it. I think that if Remus knew, perhaps heíd be a little more secretive about it. Heís talking about feeling the pain Snapeís going through and yet he tells Sirius that could be potentially dangerous to his life in a crowd of death eaters. It could just be me. Remus is OOC, I just think that shred of information doesnít quite fit.

ďThey all laugh; the memory of Professor Slughornís expression when the cauldron exploded, spewing itís rainbow colored contents all over the walls, priceless. The look on his face when he had find the little rocket that had done it though....Ē Sorry about the long quote. I like the proud tone this has. Itís very Marauderish. And the practical joke sounds very imaginative Ė have you written a fic about it? Iíd love to see it. And the insertion of the canon detail, as always, makes it more believable. I loved it at the start, with the inner thoughts and the dialogue line from Snapeís Worst Memory, too. I think it connects it to the canon stories, when you include stuff like that,

ďA/N: This is number 81 on the Wolfstar list: ďBecause Sirius didn't notice ANY of the girls in the penseive scene.ĒĒ I think youíve justified this line well, even though it seems slightly comical. Thereís nothing really comical about the roots of this story Ė itís real. Itís life. Itís love, and itís wonderful. And I think I really do need to go see this list, and I think you should most definitely write out your justification for the whole list, mate, because I loved this.

Reviewer: Ginny_rox_4ever
Date: 07/18/06 16:34
Chapter: An Unseeing Eye

cool creative

Author's Response: Thank you!

Reviewer: chislarina
Date: 07/16/06 1:11
Chapter: An Unseeing Eye

this is good. Please be my Beta. Please!!!!!!!!!!!!

Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed, and I'm flattered that you'd like me to look over something for you, but please make requests through the beta boards to find a beta that'll really work for you. Thanks for reading!

Reviewer: SimplyMe
Date: 03/01/06 13:50
Chapter: An Unseeing Eye

This is nice... I was also wondering where I could find the wolfstar list you are mentionning... could you tell me by replying to this review? I don't have much else to say about the story itself since I'm always a bit on the edge about slash stories... I like them straight too but putting them together add a little bit of pepper to the mix...

Author's Response: Thanks for reading and reviewing! The wolfstar ship list can be found at Madam Puddifoot's on the forums, at this link. You will not be able to view it if you aren't Sorted and registered, though.

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